[IPsec] Meetecho support for IPSECME session

Meetecho Team <ietf@meetecho.com> Mon, 11 March 2013 23:18 UTC

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Subject: [IPsec] Meetecho support for IPSECME session
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Dear all,

a virtual room has been reserved on the Meetecho system for the 
IPSEC WG meeting session.
Access to the on-line session (including audio and video streams) will
be made available (just a couple of minutes before session start time) at:

The Meetecho session automatically logs you into the standard IETF
jabber room. So, from there, you can have an integrated experience
involving all media and allowing you to interact with the room.

A tutorial of interactivity features of the tool can be found at:

the Meetecho Team

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